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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - June 21, 1929, Mitchell, South Dakota
Weather Cloudy cooler v0l Xxxvi the evening Republican i third a a Edu Ion Mitchell s. Friday june 21, 1929 she May be first Saint of u. S. Snook admits miracles necessary to support claim italian nun who organized Omaha Convent urged for canonization will take years neb., june 21�? 4 a Moth Magdalene an italian who established this Ohi Noble Jaunt first poor Clare Convent jj1 50 years ago my becomes first Saint j her life she a Vir an heroic degree a theology eve. And therefore is in sainthood. Canonization. Us Are under Way. R Magdalene was countess Nunt Voglio daughter of the of Rome before she As e Brown habit of her erne died in Evansville inc ame Dun tues to ans but titled proc Quot a Mot Ariette govern sum do in i in Ach in Only de St. A a deter Clam Joseph very menu Atar. Moth tin Haes Avdoc killing coed with Hammer Tariff May go Over to 1930 Sullivan says Breaks hour Down after 23-grilling by police ten pages Back from world tour still s.4ys world is Flat Wilbur Glenn v diva also tells reporters he is Only Man in world who believe in Bible his Check of holy land proves it All True Chicago. 111., june 21�?four a a rent to you swimming against the months travel in 16 foreign coun tide with your ideas of religion and farm friends open War on Tariff Bill _ and Laroc a naive knot shaken Wilbur Glenn astronomy a he was asked situation analyst Olivas conviction that Mil men Kiel or one Siha the this summer sponsored by Bishop Joseph f. Rummel of Omaha j on the a of St. I. Proce Ings to determine if sainthood shall be con i quarrel r Magdalene left founder of Omaha s poor Clare Ca i realization if finally May take 5 or 50 years e before has such a proven instituted in the unit and it is still pending. Rill trial this summer will he Mother Magdalene by appointment of Bishop f Rummel of Omaha. Albert Klebor and. Iud., will be vice Post and present the Case for Magdalene. Contest claims rpm. Peter Gannon of Oma be the prosecutor or a a Devil sate he will contest every f aint and attempt to prove it false. The Rev. Jeremiah Buckley of Omaha will sit As judge. If the Cardinal and the Pope agree with the Omaha inquisition that her life itis painless she May be called venerable and further i vesti Ganon begun Toronto ont., june 21�?op Al beatification is the next Stew. I. Deputy commissioner 4-h for tin an inquiry must be made j a 010 Toronto provincial police Tole of Mother Magdalene a reputation. Ski or5ers of a proceed to for a net it v and it is Canad probes u. S. Rum Trade Toronto official sent to Windsor for study of booze War prefers Prairie to great ques Platte 4-h club Champion writes of impressions of Industrial East a much More rigid inquiry than a fact required for veneration. Once ire the evidence will go to Rome Lei scrutiny. ,. -.5 for formal canonization evidence of to least two miracles must be by de Larson club Champion from plate s. A Washington d. a june 21�? special a impressions of cities of the value of efficient methods in Stock growing an Ltd the natural Beauty of the country when com Windsor and make a report to a. H. Price attorney general on the crime situation there As revealed by episodes in which rum runners have been the principals. The provincial authorities maintain that the liquor Export business brings these men to the Canadian Side of the River and that the upon me at the National four a Dominion government is indirectly club Camp which opened Here. Responsible for the conditions there i wednesday. A Cost of yay inquiry and they claim they have Beni con with other boys and skis who monies generally exceeds ducting campaigns to keep the Dis won state honors and a trip to the strict As free As possible from the Washington meeting for our work undesirable element. The Deputy commissioner went to Windsor to investigate the abduction of the Border cities Star i camera min and the carrying of firearms by the urn runners while Sares All details Columbus o., june 21�? a a the confession of or. James h. Snook 49, dismissed Ohio state University professor that he killed 25-year old Theora Hix his Pupil Paramour. Was ready for the county grand jury today just one week from the Day the girl was beaten and slashed to death. He killed her he said because she threatened the life of his wife and child. The confession announced at Midnight by county prosecutor John j. Chester jr., was held for the grand jury with Chester a prediction that a first degree murder indictment would be returned before evening. Bringing to an end 23 hours of gruelling examination Snook lost the Iron nerve that had carried him through six Days of investigation and sobbing like a child told the prosecutor and police Heads that he was ready to a Tell the confession that followed declared that he had struck the girl head with a Hammer during in his automobile parked at a lonely Rifle Range near Here on the night of june 13, and that realizing her Skull was fractured he took out his pen knife and Slit her Throat a to relieve her threatened his wife the quarrel he said followed the girls protests against his plan to leave the City Over the week end with his family and her threat to kill b s wife and two year old daughter if he went. As the altercation became More bitter the confession said. Miss Hix reached for her handbag in which at times she carried a Small pistol that or. Snook had Given her. Then followed the struggle in which or. Snook said he snatched in the Hammer in the car and struck her on the head. A she continued to fight desperately and an increasing number of blows of increasing Force were necessary to Stop Here he said. A realizing then no doubt that her Skull Irr Only one direction i Sumas. A no Man Ever amounts to any i a but in Europe they Are worse thing in this world unless he swims than in declared the Over against the current a he replied with i seer of Zion on his arrival Here spirit and then loaded into a cd a i in in by. I lengthy discussion of his Oft repeat 51 a i 15 Lul Yii Lla a the drinking by men. Women and de ideas on the shape of the Earth children is shameful. Why i saw movement of the Sun and St-., women with the Whites of their a Telegraph boy produced a pad of by i paper and the overseer charted a a a the crowd standing in the heat i world for his Spectator heedless of left the Tariff in a status More com amp Uon my Jook a it his Little granddaughter s frequent i a f. To toe religious Leader gave some Evi suggestions that it was time to go plex than attended farm Relief in Cince of incredulity and one Man Home. This comparison of chaos lies an in i standing near or. Voliva gave voice a there is Only one direction plication of hopeful Promise. Farm to his doubts. North a he began. A the Compass is perfectly conceivable just now by Mark Sullivan Washington d. C., june 21�?As eyes actually cooked Congress approached its recess it liberals organize forces against general revision plan Relief was attended by immense uproar but the uproar ended in precisely the farm Bill that was first proposed when the session began. His. Will Send missionaries i always Points to the North pole a a that a no exaggeration that a a and other lines of travel Are Only fact a the kindly faced Man in Che relative to North. For instance if wide brimmed Gray Felt hat assured you Start travelling West at right the conditions Are such angles to the line to the pole you kill finn ii n put to t Wiiri Wuhu Oil ouch across will go Clear around the pole. The farm Bill that finally went Tourje caters that missionaries will be alone in believing Bibl i president Hoover for signature was sent out from Zion to Holland to he illustrated Chi the Hugh map. A exactly what he contended for land. Scotland Egypt Palestine and i which allowed the world fait with hardly the minutest change. Syria. Circular. Or. Voliva believes there Hie Tariff situation As it stands a there were three reasons for my la no South pole that the Earth is today is really More Complex than trip a said or. Voliva. A by studying stationary and that the Sun moves the farm Bill was in this session the holy land i hoped to confirm across it daily. It would take More than optimism the inspiration of the Bible to see j a and i a said or. Voliva. A am it would take almost belief in Mir whether the land confirms the Book the Only Man in the United states Lades to expect the coming Tariff it does. My second reason was to who believes the much make a Survey of several countries i with an idea of sending in missionaries and the third was for a or. Voliva said he had guided the affairs of Zion 23 years longer than controversy to end with As simplicity As the farm Bill. Yet the fact is that one step in simplification of the Tariff Situ att Ioir is already accomplished. The debenture plan for a Tariff rebate any other Leader had remained at with respect to some farm crops was the head of the Colony. So overwhelmingly beaten in the lower House that it will not be formidable again. By this is the Tariff situation shorn of one complexity. Tariff situation in Brief the Tariff situation As it now is like the farm Relief situation begins with what president Hoover recommended. His desire As it appears from a fair interpretation of his utterances was first that there should be a general and generous revision the Only Man a he was interrupted a would you say in the world also a a yes. In the but he did not have time to get to that subject As his family was anxious to get plead for naval cuts bunt a baby face in 2 shootings Chicago police comb City for toughest killer in Gangland pared with a Jungle of tall buildings Are rapidly being impressed i was fractured an to relieve her suf if canonization is achieved in tile end. It a ill amp formally bestowed at magnificent ceremonies in the Vatican. The err $50 too a a spirited As a girl Annette Bentivoglio a family was on of the most illustrious in Italy. For generations its men had been lords of Bologna. Annette says a sketch of her life was High spirited and a had the daring recklessness of a so grew to be a Beautiful woman. But rejected offers of marriage entering the poor Clare Convent at san Lorenzo in her Twenty sixth in four a clubs Over the United states i am Busy trying to take in every bit of the activity of the Camp. I will be Able to Tell More about it after i can line up my information. There is so much to in 1873 the religious girders were meeting opposition in Italy and Mother Magdalene was sent to America to find a new Haven. A Quot ardently forgotten by her superiors she tried Iii Ain to found convents in new York City new Orleans and Cleveland but each failed for Lack of funds or cooperation from clergy. Quot on Canadian territory. The attorney watch to learn and to take part in general also wants to know More that it i difficult to Tell club read about the recent shooting episodes ers of the evening Republican around Belle Isle and Amherstburg. Which is caving my expenses eve Deputy commissioner Cuddy knows j Grything that happens. A Windsor and the Border territory. Had impressive trip for some months he was at wind-1 the trip to the National capital Sam directing the reorganization of was most impressive. We arrived the City police department. The attorney general answering criticism by a Toronto newspaper of alleged Ine Fiden of provincial police in dealing with the liquor situation said a if the Royal Canadian mounted the i police Are so Good Why does t the Dominion government Send some of them Down to clean up this situation at Windsor in Chicago last monday morning and spent the Forenoon in sightseeing under the guidance of or. Noble Secretary of the National four a club organization and or. Meyer of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. Leaving Brookings at 11 15 last sunday morning the hours wore on As we travelled Over the sister the whole a drum Quot run farm states of Minnesota and Wisconsin with Chicago the great Metropolis As the first Long Stop. There we were joined by other boys and girls on their Way to the National meeting. Ria of novices. I urges search of rum i at Chis ago we Wei taken on a o i suspects by Canada sight seeing bus. And saw proc rur. A i a. A i a. A tidally every Point of interest. We visited Lincoln Park where hundreds of wild animals paced about 1 their cages in the zoo. After four hears of touring we were taken to the Sherman hotel. Where we broadcaster Over the a state soon to spend the Short Allan advanced his suggestion in Prairie Farmer station was. I anon arranged by party leaders up posting release on bail of Alfred had the privilege of saying a few Bere this week. J. Woods wealthy Amherstburg words in behalf of South Dakota. Senator Mcmaster it already in Dock owner arrested on a charge prefers the Prairies a state to fill a speaking engage j of i a iving a camera stolen by one of the great impressions rum runners from a newspaper made on my mind and that of oth photographer whom they kidnapped or farm boys and girls making the last. Trip Lav the Crown attorney pointed out liquor runners Are permitted to discouraged she came to Omaha in 1873 and obtained Aid from John Creighton a papal count and Mil i nine question is a Dominion Matron a ire renowned for his charities Tor. The present situation is the Creighton built a Convent for Moth responsibility of the Dominion of or Magdalene and her sister who ail taken the name of sister con a a a a Mcnee. Mistress of novices. Urges search of rum of a a suspects by Canada s d delegation Windsor or ont., june 21.�?<>>�? a Imin search of liquor boats by Canad Lea ves for Home an officials for firearms is adv Warlington d. C., june 21�? i Cath by Crown attorney James s. Special a All South Dakota Mem Allan As a Means of combating Berol Congress expect to return to liquor smuggling. Int and is not expected by his office to ret i Here until the sense is ready to debate the Tariff Bill. In which the South Dakotan is considerably i crested. Senator nor Beck expects to leave for his Home at Redfield within a lev Days after Clearing up a few legislative duties. Two members of the House Are land unmolested and unquestioned while other persons entering the try by ferry Are closely scrutinized. A at the present time the stricter representative of Kristoph it a Sonko of enforcement by. Of United states Aux Falls left tuesday for a Moor trip to the state and or. Wil of rapid City left Satur Jav Tim latter will visit Points in wisc on in Tor a few Days before pm of South Dakota Quot a preventative Johnson of Aber a a Mads to Stop for a week or pore a hot Springs Arkansas be Ore Tom Home. A Johnson flies in trip was that the City of Chicago was a Fine place to be for a Short visit. But give us the Good old farm with its natural Beauty for we love it Best. We enjoyed the Fine hospitality of All the persons in charge of our trip especially of our chaperones or. And mrs. Bassett of tags. Re Mark \5_ River patrols has weeded out the weaker rum runners a he said. Quot to longer do you find the old timer in the River front engaged to this remunerative pastime instead the gangs now at work Are undoubtedly our fake the Best club j the toughest of rum runners Fellows Camp even who la not be frightened by talk 4 o is divorce custom tuesdays affair at Amherstburg. 1/11 Vii Vul we v although Woods at fast was Remauro to Utthi v the question Mark j is w a a amp to Ubau grows in 11 Aly 111 Elzne 21�?dp a the to report next tuesday for trial. They Call them a separa of to ions and even in Dio Fering i severed her jugular vein with my pocket after he was convinced the girl was dead. Or. Snook said he a proceeded to pick up the things that had been scattered during the struggle and hurriedly left the scene of the struggle leaving her body at that hurried Home or. Snook said he then went Home tossing the girls handbag in the Scioto River As he drove Over a Bridge the Jun he said was not in the Purs the confession was made Early yesterday afternoon but prosecutor an agreement he said he made with Snook did not give it his official announcement until Midnight. This he explained was to permit Snook to arrange in his mind the facts Fez an interview at Midnight with press represent to the prosecutors tardy announcement of the confession ended a Day of Cross statements from investigators. W. G. Shellenbarger. Chief of detectives announced Early in the Dav that Snook had confessed after a grilling of More than sixteen hours ending at 6 30 a. In. Chester came in promptly with a denial and throughout the Day the conflicting statements stood. Later Chester said that the actual confession had been made about i p. In. And Shellenbarger. Amplifying his announcement said that he based his statement on an admission from Snook that he had taken a key from the girls keyring when the murder was committed key gave clue the admission regarding the key closed the questioning for the time and Shellenbarger said he considered the fact that a confession should be Point Blank and specific and this was obtained after Snook Given an hours respite was hauled Back into the inquisitorial room at the police station and again put under the barrage of questions. Snook s confession was made to Chester. Shellenbarger. Police Chi of Harry French detectives. Otto Phillips and Larry Vanskaik and dept Brook to sheriff Ralph Paul. The statement set out the details of the Al new move supporting Dawes Machon Ald Nego a a pro to nations stirs capital modes go int the Warmsl fax Washington. C., june 21.-w>j Chicago. 111 june 21-<wbaby whatever they need or i a the Progress of prime minister Pace Willie Cody Ope of Chicago s i want. After that. President Hook j Macdonald and ambassador Dawes most feared gangsters had two m their discussion of the naval More shootings to answer for today question in England has brought they Call him a wee Willie be that outstanding problem of in cause of his stature they Call him to emotional relations sharply to the a baby face because of his soft j there is and has Beenie do tag Quot the front in Washington overshadow Clear complexion and the innocence past few years a substantial Slack ing even the speculation Over the of his expression. But the police and contemplated visit Here of the head Federal authorities see behind the surmountable Competition from in of the British government. Chud mask Chicago s Moat ruthless i i added to the apparent agreement Call on Borah j Between Mac Donald and Dawes i that formula general revision has come As a development regard As respects agriculture and strictly de in informed circles Here As High. By significant the official communication of Premier Tanaka of Japan through the american embassy at very a recommendation with respect to non agricultural industries was expressed in his message to Congress. He Sai that except agriculture revision should be limited to f any other line of Industry in which legend three year Friendship Between the girl and the Man she first met u Ranee plane a question Irving congressman Roy Tir. Of South Dakota of at Chicago yesterday return to Washington Toon was to continue to his vain. S her forecast by the associated press x Dakota Minnesota and Xor. A Kola partly Cloudy saturday not much in temperature. A i mostly fair tonight Day not much change in a ire. Partly Cloudy tonight and slightly warmer tonight Central portion. Local temperatures in and minimum temper recorded by the official int thermometer from 7 ter Day to 7 a. In. Today to in 55d j in. Today 62. Good. Ovulation 0 precipitation to january i 10.29 inches pre a a tit Nency since january a 45 inches. �?�1 Quot athe tand roads Heflin to help son from Chicago we met with All the Western and southwestern boys a _. _ and girls and boarded the capital As her classroom instructor and limited for the National capita later came to know so intimately Washington Here. A Ltd Are trying j that she objected when he to Dier a a a a a a he intended to be gone Over the week end with his family. Earlier in the investigation of the crime police uncovered the fact that Snook and the girl maintained p room in a Down town apartment House where they went frequently under the Guise of Man and wife and Snook admitted it readily. Or. Snook made it Clear however that his association with miss Hix was not a a love affair in any sense of the but that it was merely pleasant he help a �?----1av expert he i limited revision As respects other industries is a fair statement of president hoovers recommendation. If the Tariff situation now follows the same course As the farm Relief one it will after Stormy controversy come Back to this formula. In the current judgment of Washington the prevailing belief is that the outcome will not so to speak Rome out that Way. The Bill already written by the lower House departs materially beyond the limit suggested by the president. As to the Senate to which the Bill now begins its course the common expectation is that that body will go much farther than the House toward general revision and revision upward. The fact favor the presumption i that the majority of the Senate wants to do this and can do it. All in general pot now the Senate by its significant vote on the Borah Resolution broke Down the distinction Between agriculture and other industries with one kind of revision for the first and another kind for the others. It threw overboard the idea of so writing the Tariff As to bring agriculture upward to parity with other industries. All revision and All schedules and All industries Are now in common Pool. In that situation abundant precedent shows that shrewd traders wanting specific raises can unite in in arrangement which makes general revision and upward revision almost unbeatable. Those who oppose have nothing material with which to Trade among themselves and therefore nothing to Cement them into Unity. Yet there Are powerful forces working toward restraint. So far As these forces Are within the Senate or. Borah will be a formidable spokesman of them his effectiveness however is bounded by the number of associates he can hold. Already one of them senator Johnson of California has departed from him to Voce with those who want general revision. Several democrats did likewise. The weakness of those who oppose general revision is that almost every one of them has in his state some one Industry. He cannot run the risk of seeing his local Industry slighted while others go upward. To get favourable revision for his one Industry he must As a Rule agree to support favourable revision for All. That is what log rolling Means. May go Over till 1930 one Force that is expected to work for moderation is the coming recess. Substantially every senator except those on the finance committee and substantially every member of the House will be at Home in Contact with his constituents for two months. The prevailing testimony killer most brutal gunman and an incorrigible foe of men to police uniform. Already hunted for the wounding of t. L. Jackson Ace of Chicago postal inspectors for the killing of Tokyo placing his government on an Oak Ark druggist Doody to record As ready to support measures looking to reduction of naval armaments. Receipt of this comm a in Dalton at the state department was in Day was sought for the shooting and serious wounding of a restaurant owner and a policeman. Holds up restaurant the last out Lawty attributed to backed by Borah Washington d. a june 21�? in a although Congress was in recess the contest to come Over Tariff it vision in the Senate in August i stood out today in fairly Clear outlines. With the finance committee continuing. Under the Sanction of a 39 to 38 Senate vote its Nea rings in preparation for Broad Tariff revision similar to that approved by the House the Republican inde Pendents who virtually Wield a balance Are rapidly preparing for an organized Effort to confine rate increases to agricultural products and to reduce some Industrial schedules. Conference held the ground work Felt this movement was Laid out at an informal conference in which the participants include six Republican independents. Senators Norris and Howell of Nebraska. Frazier and Nye of North or it data Brookhart of Iowa. And la Follette of Wisconsin and one Democrat Wheeler of Montana. They Are practically sure of the support of senator Borah. Republican. Idaho who proposed limitation of revision to agricultural and related products in the Senate and believe they will draw strength from most of the others among the in republicans and 25 democrats who were recorded either by their ballots or pairs among the supporter of his Resolution. Orra nire for first it was the 39 to 38 defeat of that Resolution which led the Republican id Pendents to undertake the immediate organization of their movement allowing time before the recess ends for them to acquaint the senators they Hope to influence with the Complex problems involved. What they will attempt in the Way of re i during Industrial schedules has not i been defined. None of the group is a member of i the finance committee which to i considering All of the 15 rate ached i Ules acted on by the House and has indicated its intention to present a Bill proposing a wide Range of agricultural and Industrial rate in a creases. I while no Effort has been made to bind the Independent group to any general or specific proposition various Tariff schedules have been assigned to different members for specialized study and experts have been called to to assist with research. Mediately followed by a conference a baby face started last night when Between Secretary Stimson and the a gunman supposedly intending Rob British ambassador sir Esme Howard. Regarding the discussions in England and the latter called afterwards on chairman Borah of the Senate foreign relations committee. None of the participants in these conferences made a statement disclosing what was said beyond letting it be known that the naval Bery entered the restaurant of Milton also Zopolis. Approaching him the desperado whipped out two pistols and fired. Also Polis wounded. Stumbled Forwe Ard and grappled with his assailant As a customer seized him from the Back. When the customer we ent out to seek o policeman the gunman wrenched himself free and fled pausing in question was discussed but it was the customer went out to seek a Clear to Many observers that the shots at also Zopolis. The latter Kellogg treaty for the renunciation Mav die. Doctors said. Or Vav inner Sefara $3 a of toss siturd3 cannot Stop them it it Normam dam Rome Italy june a a pleasant arrangement be nip fight dem in Kum fascist appeals for More children defray her University expenses Washington d. a june 21.�?More marriages and intensification d a was a a Good companion a he senator Heflin of Alabama is of family life Italy appears to be r Ltan a ment today in which following the general world trend he Laid he was deeply pained and it Tammy Pur Quot grieved to learn that his son Hadnot recon Jordat with the holy been drinking again but Quot Ite Ted Der a Ness Abe easier. But that he would Heip him in evry disturbs the advocates of More Way that he could. And More children so As to make. Young Heflin was arrested Ved the most powerful of nations Neslav on a charge of driving an l fact that Legal separations Are r while under the Xinliu Stead Liv on the increase. Another of War had been definitely adopted As a National policy by the United states As the Cornerstone of future sea armament discussions. While the treaty has not yet come into full Force lacking the and reaching the Street the gunman jumped into an automobile stopped by traffic lights forced the Driver to get out and sped away. An hour later a Man answering Doody s description entered the Herence of Japan one of the 15 drug store of George Denbo on the original signatory Powers it has Northwest Side and stole $35. Been considered by High american when Denbo tried to Parley with officials for some time to be a the Man the latter replied a no logical basis for negotiations for Back talk. I just shot up a joint on reduction of armaments. The South Side and in a to a Nurry. Praised by Gibson 1 be filled a couple like you and the value of the pact in this re Don t want to Knock off any Spect was first stressed by Ambas we Ponce Sador Gibson in his speech before As the robber sped away Venlo the a recent meeting of the league ran put and canted a to police ser of nations preparatory disarms a ant Clarence Falk who was with ment commission and president to motorcycle across the Street. Hoover referred to the treaty a balk passed the car within a mile. Meaning a at once an abandonment a i surrender a the fugitive in of the aggressive use of arms by noticed stepping out of the car at every signatory nation and a a a k s command sincere declaration that All Anna i. Theja use Man few nil i who Menic hereafter shall be used Only Dis Holster the gunman whipped for this was followed by the speech of ambassador Dawes in London out a pistol struck Falk Over the left ear with its butt and fired two shots one of we Rich struck Falk in tuesday when he closely linked the Back the question of disarmament with Beveral picked squads of police that of the nations renunciation and a special squad it Federal of War As a National policy under agents have been assigned cd the Kellogg treaty. Elu sively til search for Doody. Those usually close to the Situa Tion now regard the previous link move to reduce tag of the disarmament question North Dakota sends plea to boost flax Washington d. C., june 21�? up a the agricultural North Crest carried a plea to Congress today for changes in the House Tariff Bill that would further encourage crop diversification. Flax we As the Prin a Cipal commodity mentioned. Representative burtness Republican North Dakota urged before the Senate finance sub committee on agriculture rates an increase to 70 cents a Bushel in the present i rate of 56 cents on flax seed. The Houra Bill raises the duty to 63. The recent presidential proclamation increasing the for Nev Mccumber duty of 40 to 56 cents burtness said was based on differ i fences in Cost of production in this country and Argentina which took into consideration Argentine invoice prices including profits and other items of Cost. American costs he said did not include profits. It Cost the Domestic grower $2.54 a Bushel to Lay Down flax seed in new York he said As against an Argentine Cost of $1.52. Burtness also urged a 20 per cent duty on Mill feeds and screenings. Hie present rate of 15 per cent on Mill feeds is reduced to to per cent in the House Bill while the to per cent duty on screenings is retained. The agriculture rates in the House Bill burtness said a Are better than to any Tariff Bill in history although they could be improved by raising them More in some f. B. Swoboda Plymouth wis., representing the National cheese producers federation recommended a duty of 8c a Pound and not less than 40 per cent and Valorme on cheese As against 5c and 25 per cent now and 7c and 35 per cent to the Bill. With the problem of Freedom of the seas As having been definitely shelved for the present at least in favor of a settlement first of naval reductions. Borah opposed so far As the discussions on Freedom of the seas Are concerned there Are Many persons including senator Borah who have Felt that this question should be settled before the disarmament problem. The turn from that viewpoint is accounted for by one prominent dip of news editors throughout a Stem Cly Folio a the a i am Well satisfied with sell Ujj i Ali in it a r 5l�niuaj we a a a. The results i had from my per of drugs after his automobile statistics Are always behind hand i i a. D or a truck. To Italy and official figures for 1928 act writes Arthur 5tolte of a i Arn deeply pained and grieved a Are on a just a a., a by Puk a a who advertised by. Wern said to learn no Between 1923 and 1926 Legal . Who senator son has l a. V Maxi m a r at 7 Road preen Heflin said a to learn my to Nat Between been drinking again i Rev pm a Domy Hutto Heip him u. ,. From the Ger a i a firm Saith a. Him re run than i did the first and i/zand1 sex Squaw com seed for Sale a i re for i n into Side ration. The figures impress the country is that Home visiting congressmen will hear much disapproval of general Tariff revision upward. What will be the ultimate answer no one can foresee. No one can even Tell what time the answer will be Given. The Senate democrats formally decline to consents to naming a Day for a final vote. That settles that. Itie final passage might come in september but that would be enormous and impossible Luck. It might be As late As december i. It is Likely to be nearer the latter Date than the first. In one quite conceivable outcome there May be no Tariff enactment in this session at All. That is quite within possibility. Spaniards0 hop off for flight to n. Y. Cartag riia. Spain june 21.�?up discussions in England with the question a Why renounce War on the one hand and immediately establish rules for the conduct of the next War a the present attitude of both great Britain and the United states is interpreted in both official and diplomatic circles As intended to bring the question of naval parity to a settlement and thus automatic ally Settle the ques Senate hot air Washington. A june 21.�?04 a equipment is being installed in the Senate during the recess with the intention of reducing considerably the amount of hot air which heretofore has characterized that chamber during warm weather. Its efficiency proven in the House of representatives the new air conditioning system will be for the Senate at the end of the recess in August. It will supplant a ventilation system which has been in operation for a half Century. All air taken into the Senate will be filtered washed humidified or dehumidifier do depending in out of doors conditions and heated cooled to suit baseball results or National la Eagle a Brooklyn too too too of the re run than i did the a. A i a to general Public and government a. Send no another add Spanish aviator who flew across and r.luai1tv was involved in the lion of Freedom of the seas. Any j by to Quot a a a a a a a a a a a pronouncement on the question of Mcweeny and Pic Taich Cooney Freedom of the seas it is believed and Spohrer. Could be made in subsequent naval be York. 200 too 0 treaties or by Public declaration. Jew Delphta tempest politics 400 of asserts de priest ass and har reaver 01100 Washington. C., june 21�? gras. Jonnard ant Gonzales. 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June 21 04 after refusing either nearly everybody that uses double service want ads once uses them again. Like or. Stoke they a Send Spanish aviator who flew across the South Atlantic in 1926 took off Here today at 4 50 p. In. <9 50 . S. To for the azores islands on the first Lap of a flight to new York. Of social Equality was involved in the attendance of his wife at a White House Tea recently. A a it Sall a lot of Moonshine for american league first game Philadelphia .010 201 133�?ll new York. Too too oooo i Grove and Cochrane Pennock. Any one to suggest that a question Snefrid Moore and Grabowski a a social Equality was involved in my major Franco took off with three going a White House Tea a dec Lacey companions. The Spanish fliers going a a a he said. A a my wife was invited not or jury con h though no figures Are published. Service want and get re to acquit or convict a Federal Turt jury pm Quot i to from press reports that i. 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Deep Pugsley cleared in Auto death Coroner terms Collison with truck was unavoidable Minneapolis minn., june 21�? a or. Charles w. Pugsley of Brookings s. D., president of South Dakota state College has been exonerated in the death of a truck Driver last Friday near Shakopee min. Or. H. W. Reiter. Scott county Coroner announced today. H. Levington struck parked on the paved Highway was unseen by Pugsley. The Coroner said. Irvington. A Minneapolis produce dealer was repairing the truck when killed. I Var. Pugsley a condition today was Good. He received torn Cartilages and fractured a Small ankle Bone. Mrs. Pugsley was a fairly Well today after an operation yesterday. She suffered a broken and a fractured Kneecap. Or. Reiter said his investigation brought out a statement from or. Pugsley that he had not seen the truck because of the absence of a Tail Light. The Accident occurred last Friday at 8 p. Rn., four Miles South West of Shakopee on state Highway no. 5. Drs. Arthur s. Hamilton and Kenneth Bulkley to charge said they anticipate no permanent effects from the injuries to mrs. Pugsley s knee upon which they operated. Or. Pugsley. Who was on his Way Here to attend a meeting of a Bank with which he is connected told the Coroner Trefet he did not see the truck parked in front of him until it was too late to avoid a collision. Leviton was found under the truck in an unconscious condition. Because the motor switch Cut off for a Short time some consideration was Given a theory that he had been slugged and robbed and left under the truck. Sheriff j. Wyckman of Shakopee discounts this theory and said that undoubtedly Leviton was at work repairing the truck from underneath
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